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Iona Brown


Iona Brown, a London-based jewellery designer, approached me to develop a visual identity for her expanding line. Iona’s aesthetic is reflected in her jewellery designs; she uses distinctly minimalist lines, shapes and materials, which in turn informed the visual identity

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A European Winter


After shivering around Europe for two months with the incredibly talented photographer Jessie Bush, we collaborated on a documentation of our travels, in the form of a newspaper. Typefaces: Adobe CaslonFlama Inconsolata Printed by: The Newspaper Club

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The brainwave of two friends who love colour, Drye is a cheeky, energetic and slightly sexy towel brand that believes drying off can be fun. I worked with Drye in the start-up stages of the business; a little bit of

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So It Goes Magazine


So It Goes is a seminal arts and culture magazine based and published in London and distributed worldwide. The magazine enlisted me to help them to reconsider their digital approach and create a new website that is more inline to

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We The People


We The People is a fashion, travel and lifestyle blog created and run by Jessie Bush. Jessie counts brands such as Vogue, Jimmy Choo, Levis and Net-a-Porter as clients, and communicates with her readership over a large social media reach.

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The London Selection


Starting a new business is always an ambitious undertaking. When The London Selection approached me with the idea to disrupt the traditional world of gift hampers, it immediately struck me as great new take on the idea. The proposition was

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Eleven Everything


Eleven Everything began in 2010 under the original name of Catirfina; creating knitwear hand-made in Scotland and Yorkshire in old mills, using high-end yarns sourced from Italy in cashmeres, silks & pure merino wool. They count luxury boutiques such as

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Sam Flaherty Creative


A visual identity serves a very important purpose; it should speak directly and clearly to its intended audience. There’s nothing more direct and clear than a simple greeting. Showcased here on business cards, the ‘hi’ lives across all my channels,

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The Bag Edit: art direction


Art Direction of a photoshoot published on, featuring bags from the Spring/Summer ’14/’15 season – Deadly Ponies, Givenchy and Balenciaga. Completed as part of my role of Art Director of No September.

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Cowards – Negative Sounds


Album artwork for Cowards record ‘Negative Sounds’. The artwork plays on the idea of ‘negative’ using dark and light.

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AlphaHe is a world first in tea; the only tea designed with a solely male audience in mind. The range consists of ten blends crafted by master blenders, relevant to today’s health-conscious man – from an anti-hangover tea to a

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I collaborated with photographer Jessie Bush from We The People on a photoshoot for a series of jewellery brands; Ryan Storer, Chloe, Sarah and Sebastian and Eddie Borgo. The shoot was published on

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Spring in Alaska


I worked at the multi-disciplinary creative agency Spring in Alaska during 2011 and 2012. During this time, the studio underwent a complete rebrand. I was involved in creating an identity that would move the agency forward. The brand was consciously

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Fifteen Posters


Visual response to AU Infront’s annual poster competition. This year’s theme is ‘fifteen’; my response reflects the first fifteen phases of the moon.

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A sample of logos designed between 2007—2014. A mix of client-based work and designs that have passed away gracefully on the cutting floor (R.I.P).

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Nicola Mannering


Nicola Mannering is a New Zealand-based fine artist and writer. Nicola uses a wide range of mediums with which to create explorations of existence. These themes of existence are also explored within her writing. I created a book that showcased

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Created as a pitch for a new wine blend; a playful Dropp aimed at women who are looking to let their hair down a little. The blend comes in either a cheeky red or a perky white, and of course

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Highfield Investments


London-based property investment agency Highfield Investments use a structural, grid-based visual identity that sets them apart from their legion competition. The identity works on the framing of content by the H logo and accompanying logotype. I designed a website for

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